Swollen, dry, red, burning slightly, and itchy in and out of my vagina! Help!?


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Sounds nasty, but help!! :’( Im 14, and not sexual active, someone help please. Im so confused and worried! Its red down there, like its irritated or something. There’s like little red bumps too, it’s itchy down there. :’( It feels dry (Like really dry) After I wipe and it burns slightly when I wipe as well. It doesn’t burn when I pee though.. someone, anyone.. help!? :’( It looks kinda like a rash or something.. I have eczema on my legs, and arms.. could eczema go down there too? ..help.. :’(
I had/have no discharges.. Jeez, no comment.. but ya.. Last night, I put some cream down there, it seemed to help a little. It was my eczema cream, I put it lightly there, and the bumps are gone.. weird.. but ya…


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3 Responses to Swollen, dry, red, burning slightly, and itchy in and out of my vagina! Help!?

  1. Bill Wright says:

    wtf… i would say herpes but no.. probably eczema… owch!!

  2. Hottie99 says:

    Ok you probably have an infection. This isn’t abnormal. Everyone gets at least one in their lifetime. Don’t panic. See a doctor and he/she will provide you with anti-biotics. Don’t freak. This is easily curable.

    Hope this helps!

  3. Gabi =D says:

    it could be thrush

    Vaginal thrush is a common infection caused by an overgrowth of Candida albicans yeast. This yeast lives naturally in the bowel and in small numbers in the vagina. It is mostly harmless, but symptoms can develop if yeast numbers increase. About 75 per cent of women will have vaginal thrush in their lifetime. Other names for this infection are candidiasis or monilia.

    Symptoms can include vaginal itching or burning, a white discharge and stinging or burning while urinating. Vaginal creams or vaginal tablets (pessaries) can help reduce the symptoms of thrush. Thrush can also occur in other parts of the body, such as the mouth.

    Symptoms you may experience if you develop vaginal thrush include:

    Vaginal discomfort – itching or burning
    A thick, white discharge with a ‘cottage cheese’ appearance and yeasty smell
    Redness or swelling of the vagina or vulva
    Stinging or burning while urinating or during sex
    Splits in the genital skin.
    To make a diagnosis of vaginal thrush, your doctor will need to:
    Examine your genitals
    Take a swab from the affected area.
    Thrush is not sexually transmitted
    Vaginal thrush is not a sexually transmissible infection (STI). It is caused by an overgrowth of the yeast Candida albicans. This overgrowth may be due to:
    Antibiotic use
    Oral contraceptive use
    Menstrual cycle changes
    General illnesses like diabetes, iron deficiency and immune system disorders
    Associated vulval skin conditions.
    Sometimes, the reason for candida overgrowth cannot be identified

    I’d suggest seeing a doctor cause it can be easily treated. Good Luck

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